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A teenage girl with hyperpigmented axillary skin

Andrew Lee, Gayle Fischer
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Key Points
    Case presentation

    A 14-year-old girl presents with a history of skin changes, with progressive thickening and hyperpigmentation affecting both axillae (Figure) as well as her neck and groin. She is obese but appears otherwise healthy.

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